Linkwasha Camp, Hwange, Zimbabwe

Linkwasha Camp is a Classic Camp

Things to do at Linkwasha Camp

Hwange National Park is Zimbabwe’s largest and most popular national park; our private concession means that sightings of the prolific wildlife are exclusive and private.

Game drives

At 1.4 million hectares (3.4 million acres), Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe with varied habitats and vegetation types – meaning that game drives, in open 4X4 vehicles, are exciting with always something new to be seen. (Wind-resistant ponchos are provided.)

Walking safaris

Hwange was proclaimed some 80 years ago and has served as a haven for one of the densest concentrations of game in Africa. There is no better way to experience this park than on foot with one of our experienced safari guides.

Evening drives

The Hwange ‘night act’ includes nocturnal species such as lesser bushbaby, spotted hyaena, leopard, lion, Selous mongoose, pangolin, caracal, porcupine, scrub hare, springhare and even honey badger.

Village visit

An authentic village experience takes place in a manner that is respectful to all parties. Usually around four hours, including game drives to and from the village, the excursion often includes a guided tour of the school, meeting the headman or headwoman and enjoying cultural exchanges with the villagers.

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  • Linkwasha Camp - August 2016
    Aug 8, 2016

    Winding their way from as far as the eye can see herds of buffalo joined the symposium of species at the Linkwasha waterhole, adding to the endless wildlife spectacle that we witnessed in August…

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  • Linkwasha Camp - July 2016
    Jul 7, 2016

    There is something very special about the dry season at Linkwasha Camp. At any point, drama is unfolding on the plains in front of camp; in July we experienced no shortage of this…

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  • Linkwasha Camp - June 2016
    Jun 11, 2016

    A fascinating sighting at Linkwasha this month was seeing a pair of tawny eagles feeding on a baboon…

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ Linkwasha Camp was our last of six camps and certainly stood out as a top camp for us. I especially enjoyed lunch overlooking the waterhole, as well as our last sundowner. ”
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Reviewed by: Kristen B, 21 January 2016